Posted by John on Friday, May 16, 2008 at 3:01pm.
She trusts in me.
She trusts me.
She believes in me.
She believes me.
What is the diference between them?
Does 'truse in' mean 'believe in'?
English Expression - Writeacher, Friday, May 16, 2008 at 3:08pm
"Trust in" and "believe in" are pretty close in meaning.
There is a difference in the second set, however.
~~To believe in someone is to have faith in him or her.
~~To believe someone is to be sure they are telling the truth.
Let me know if all this isn't clear.
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